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Shah Rukh Khan's Bengali speech at Kolkata Film Festival is awesome.

Jaya Bachchan challenged Shah Rukh Khan to address the crowd of thousands in Bengali at the 22nd Kolkata International Film Festival. Watch video.
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After the Jio MAMI Mumbai International Film Festival wrapped up as of late, now the Kolkata International Film Festival has started. The 22nd version of KIFF saw prominent identities from Bollywood viz. Shah Rukh Khan, Amitabh Bachchan, Jaya Bachchan, Sanjay Dutt, Kajol and Parineeti Chopra, among others, going to the occasion at the city of happiness, Kolkata.

Be that as it may, maybe, the highlight of the initiation of the 22nd Kolkata International Film Festival at Netaji Indoor Stadium, Kolkata, more than anything, was Shah Rukh Khan's discourse in Bengali. Believe it or not. The ruler of sentiment of Bollywood tended to everyone in the stick stuffed stadium in full Bangla!

Prior to the starting his discourse, SRK expressed his feelings of trepidation of talking in Bengali, "I will get punished before the end of the night, hundred percent, by Jaya close relative without a doubt, since I guaranteed you (Jaya Bachchan) I will talk in Bangla today evening time, so I will give it a shot."

At that point, SRK went ahead to welcome the visitors, the jury individuals and individuals introduce in the stadium. His funny emphasize and amicable peculiarities drew hoots of giggling and applauds from the gathering of people. Indeed, even West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee couldn't quit applauding.

At last, Shah Rukh said, "Ami ageo bolechi, Kolkata amar praner sohor, Kolkata Film Festival amar praner utsob" (I have said this some time recently, Kolkata is the city of my heart and Kolkata Film Festival, the celebration of my heart)


The week-long celebration will see the best of world film getting screened for cinephiles in Kolkata. The concentration nation this time is China. In that capacity, the Chinese government has sent an appointment of no less than eight people to the Kolkata International Film Festival and up to seven Chinese movies will be screened at the celebration.

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